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secure ldap slow login - 13.Jun.2007 9:24:42 AM   
theRob

 

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I tested a isa 2006 enterprise workgroup setup.
These servers only reside in the DMZ and do not have a network connection to other segments.

The array is setup for webproxy only but has got 2 nics, one for intra array and one for nlb.
I have a seperate Configuration Storage server, which also handles DNS.

On the intranet i created standalone root ca, which has issued certificates to install the workgroup and for secure ldap.

I can connect through secure ldap without any problem.

I use Form based authentication and LDAP so users can login.

This takes very long.
At the moment i use only one LDAP server, but we are only testing with one user.

Is this normal that it takes so long to use ldap?
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RE: secure ldap slow login - 28.Jun.2007 4:48:09 PM   
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Is it possible to create a  persistent connection tot he LDAP servers?
So logging on will go faster?

I find i strange that not many threads talk about LDAP authentication???

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RE: secure ldap slow login - 17.Jul.2007 4:17:35 AM   
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i noticed that when one host is down logging in is faster.
ISA works bij default if you use intergrated NLB unicast.

Multicast is faster then unicast so i unconfigured nbl on isa and configured non-intergrated multicast NLB.

It's a little faster but still not the performance i was looking for.

Another option is to not use an internal nlb, but keep the servers seperated and use 2 external ip's and use DNS round robin on the internet.


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